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Oil seal on oil filter pushed out, stop oil everywhere 1.9 dci 03

Oil ceals have been pushed out on oil filter, i've replaced this part but it still does the same, turbo was makinga wining noise for about 6 months, took to garage and all they did was change a valve and the cam belt, wining persited. there was a rattling noise coming from around the pully area of the engine and the cam belt tensioner was jumping around like a mother*******! could this problem with the oil pressure have something to do with the oil pressure release valve and if so were is this valve located.
thanks all who may be able to help.

kind regards Nick

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Need a new tensioner by the sound of it ,but it has nothing to do with the oil pressure,if seals blowing out on the plastic filter housing then put some diesel in with the oil and a squirt of washing up liquid and run for about 20 mins then change oil and filter again and see what happens

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